If you've ever attended a UNLV baseball game, far out in the right corner of the field, you'll see a bunch of people on bleachers making a racquet. That's the 335 Club. For you amateurs, it's named 335 Club because it's behind the wall that is 335' from home plate. But the guys and gals cheering from that section are no amateurs when it comes to UNLV baseball. Filled with season ticketholders and alumni, they are out there drumming on drums, playing cymbals and chanting their chants to cheer on the UNLV baseball team at every home game.
Their last games are in Colorado Springs vs the Air Force Academy on May 16-18 and they will fly back late that night so the Seniors can attend graduation ceremonies on Sunday morning. Then they will go to Fresno for the Mountain West Conference tournament with hopes of a trip to the NCAA tournament.
So next year when you get to a baseball game, make sure you check out the fans in the right corner. That might be the Gucci Row of Earl Wilson Stadium. I've included some pictures of some of the seniors and their fans plus Hey Reb.